Housekeeping Manager Specification¶
The Housekeeping Manager will manage the spare amphora pool and the teardown of amphorae that are no longer needed. On a configurable interval the Housekeeping Manager will check the Octavia database to identify the required cleanup and maintenance actions required. The amphora-lifecycle-management specification details the Create and Deactivate amphora sequences the Housekeeping Manager will follow.
The housekeeping manager will run as a daemon process which will perform the following actions:
Read the following from the configuration file
housekeeping_interval: The time (in seconds) that the housekeeping manager will sleep before running its checks again.
spare_amphora_pool_size: The desired number of spare amphorae.
maximum_deploying_amphora_count: The maximum number of amphorae that may be deployed simultaneously.
maximum_preserved_amphora_count: How many deactivated amphorae to preserve. 0 means delete, 1 or greater means keep up to that many amphorae for future diagnostics. Only amphorae in the ERROR and PRESERVE states are eligible to be preserved. TODO: Right now there is no PRESERVE state, for this to work we would need to define one in the amphora spec.
“keep”: keep all preserved amphorae
“cycle”: maintain a queue of preserved amphorae, deleting the oldest one when a new amphora is preserved.
preservation_method: Preservation must take into account the possibility that amphorae instantiated in the future may reuse MAC addresses.
“unplug”: Disconnect the virtual NICs from the amphora
“snapshot”: Take a snapshot of the amphora, then stop it
Get the spare pool size
Log the spare pool size
If the spare pool size is less than the spare pool target capacity, initiate creation of appropriate number of amphorae.
Obtain the list of deactivated amphorae and schedule their removal. If preservation_count > 0, and there are fewer than that many amphorae in the preserved pool, preserve the amphora. After the preserved pool size reaches preservation_count, use preservation_scheme to determine whether to keep newly failed amphorae.
Sleep for the time specified by housekeeping_interval.
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Establish a base class to model the desired functionality:
class HousekeepingManager(object): """ Class to manage the spare amphora pool. This class should do very little actual work, its main job is to monitor the spare pool and schedule creation of new amphrae and removal of used amphrae. By default, used amphorae will be deleted, but they may optionally be preserved for future analysis. """ def get_spare_amphora_size(self): """ Return the target capacity of the spare pool """ raise NotImplementedError def get_ready_spare_amphora_count(self): """ Return the number of available amphorae in the spare pool """ raise NotImplementedError def create_amphora(self, num_to_create = 1): """ Schedule the creation of the specified number of amphorae to be added to the spare pool.""" raise NotImplementedError def remove_amphora(self, amphora_ids): """ Schedule the removal of the amphorae specified by amphora_ids.""" raise NotImplementedError
The manager is expected to raise or pass along the following well-defined exceptions:
NotImplementedError - this functionality is not implemented/not supported
- AmphoraDriverError - a super class for all other exceptions and the catch
all if no specific exception can be found * NotFoundError - this amphora couldn’t be found/ was deleted by nova * UnauthorizedException - the driver can’t access the amphora * UnavailableException - the amphora is temporary unavailable * DeleteFailed - this load balancer couldn’t be deleted
Data model impact¶
Requires the addition of the housekeeping_interval, spare_pool_size, spare_amphora_pool_size, maximum_preserved_amphora_count, preservation_scheme, and preservation_method to the config.
REST API impact¶
Must follow standard practices for database access.
Other deployer impact¶
Other end user impact¶
There should be no end-user-visible impact.
The housekeeping_interval and spare_pool_size parameters will be adjustable by the operator in order to balance resource usage against performance.
Developers of other modules need to be aware that amphorae may be created, deleted, or saved for diagnosis by this daemon.
Al Miller <ajmiller>
Write abstract interface
Write Noop driver
Amphora driver Config manager
Unit tests with tox and Noop-Driver
tempest tests with Noop-Driver
None - we won’t document the interface for 0.5. If that changes we need to write an interface documentation so 3rd party drivers know what we expect.